Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Teacher's Pet (1958)

IMDb plot summary: A newspaper editor joins the class of a journalism professor who despises him, and they begin to fall in love.
Directed by George Seaton. Starring Clark Gable, Doris Day, Gig Young, and Mamie Van Doren.

Out of all the Doris Day romantic comedies I've watched recently, this one is the best, although that's not saying much. Day is actually fairly likable in this film -- she's a lot more appealing playing a calm intellectual than a hot-tempered housewife. Clark Gable, on the other hand, is maybe the least attractive I've ever seen him, both in personality and in appearance. That doesn't mean its not interesting to watch, just that I didn't want him to win any of the "him vs. her" victories. The story has a bit more depth than many rom coms, with its exploration of education and journalism sometimes yielding fairly interesting questions beyond, "How will the couple end up together?" It does wobble badly in its third act, adding too many twists to what should be a simple finale, but it's fairly watchable, especially if you like either of the lead actors.

2 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Teacher's Pet < Rebecca
Teacher's Pet > Bad Moms
Teacher's Pet < Liz & Dick
Teacher's Pet > Planet 51
Teacher's Pet < The Wicker Man (1973)
Teacher's Pet < The Whole Nine Yards
Teacher's Pet < Anything Else
Teacher's Pet > A Shot in the Dark
Teacher's Pet > Green Lantern
Teacher's Pet > Michael Clayton
Teacher's Pet < Zero Charisma

Final spot: #1701 out of 2500. The lower third of my chart is really out of whack, because this shouldn't be quite that low.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Southside with You (2016)

IMDb plot summary: Chronicles the summer 1989 afternoon when the future President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, wooed his future First Lady on an epic first date across Chicago's South Side.
Directed by Richard Tanne. Starring Tika Sumpter, Parker Sawyers, Vanessa Bell Calloway and Phillip Edward Van Lear.

(Spoilers ahead.)

There are only a few movies that attempt to do a love story in a day. Before Sunrise is the best of them. It's an ambitious attempt, as the relationship has to get to a deep enough level in a single day to keep the dramatic arc going and help us get to know the characters. Before Sunrise makes this happen by making the conversation primarily an intellectual one, with tidbits about personal lives slipping out now and then. Southside With You gets significantly more contrived, with characters volunteering information about themselves that they really have no reason to share except for being charmed by the other person -- but, you know what, the actors are both so likable that I mostly believe it. Like any good romantic comedy, it's easy to look past awkward plotting if the leads have chemistry, and that absolutely works here. For large sections of the movie, I completely forgot they were based on real-life people and just rode along with the characters as they were.

My one complaint, however, is with the ending. When Michelle confronts Barack about not accepting the boundaries she set at the beginning of the day and instead persistently pushing until she allowed it to be a date, against her better judgment, he doesn't acknowledge that at all. Instead, he does another small romantic gesture and apparently that magically fixes things. At no point is her biggest concern about the relationship addressed, even in a small way (seriously, it only would've taken a line), and that leaves a bad taste in my mouth, which is not how you want to leave a rom com. It's so close to being a really lovely film, and as such it's so disappointing that they couldn't tie up that loose end.

4 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Southside With You > Days of Heaven
Southside With You > A Clockwork Orange
Southside With You < Kramer vs. Kramer
Southside With You < The Goodbye Girl (2004)
Southside With You < Bicentennial Man
Southside With You > Catfish
Southside With You > GoodFellas
Southside With You < Shall We Dance? (1996)
Southside With You > Cats and Dogs
Southside With You > Spellbound (2002)

Final spot: #558 out of 2499.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Mr. Holmes (2015)

IMDb plot summary: An aged, retired Sherlock Holmes deals with early dementia as he tries to remember both his final case and a mysterious woman whose memory haunts him. He also befriends a fan, the young son of his housekeeper, who wants him to work again.
Directed by Bill Condon. Starring Ian McKellen, Laura Linney, Milo Parker, and Hiroyuki Sanada.

What an interesting little movie. It's part mystery, part character study, part old age drama, but all the parts seem to fit together fairly well. The thing that stands out most about this movie is its profound sense of isolation. Even as Holmes befriends his housekeeper's young son, he is still stuck alone in his memories or lack thereof, with nobody to reach out to for confirmation of his own past. This intangible sense of isolation is so pervasive that when it becomes an actual plot point halfway through the movie, it makes absolute sense. The final conclusion and most recent solved mystery seem a little contrived, but as a whole this is a lovely and haunting look at a very familiar character.

3.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Mr. Holmes > Days of Heaven
Mr. Holmes < A Clockwork Orange
Mr. Holmes > Children of Paradise
Mr. Holmes > The Call
Mr. Holmes > Eve's Bayou
Mr. Holmes > Nick of Time (which is too high on my chart)
Mr. Holmes < 21 Jump Street
Mr. Holmes < The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934)
Mr. Holmes > An Education
Mr. Holmes < Monsoon Wedding

Final spot: #658 out of 2498.

That Touch of Mink (1962)

IMDb plot summary: A rich businessman and a young woman are attracted to each other, but he only wants an affair while she wants to save her virginity for marriage.
Directed by Delbert Mann. Starring Cary Grant, Doris Day, Gig Young, and Audrey Meadows.

The previous two Doris Day rom coms I watched had an extremely unlikable male lead. Here that male lead is Cary Grant, so Day herself is the only unlikable one in the couple. The movie itself spends far too much time cutesily dancing around the idea of sex. Obviously they couldn't come right out and say most of what they were discussing, but there were plenty of sex comedies in the 50s and 60s that were able to deal with that while still adhering to the Code. This one seems less like grown adults trying to tell a story and more like middle schoolers trying to see how dirty they can make their conversation before the teacher notices. It's not funny enough to be entertaining as a comedy but the relationships aren't deep enough for it to work as a dramatic story. It's an awkward movie, and while there are a few good lines that got a chuckle out of me, it's all muddled.

1.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
That Touch of Mink < Days of Heaven
That Touch of Mink > Bad Moms
That Touch of Mink < Liz & Dick
That Touch of Mink > The Goonies
That Touch of Mink < Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
That Touch of Mink > Throw Momma from the Train
That Touch of Mink > Lincoln
That Touch of Mink > The Lizzie McGuire Movie
That Touch of Mink < A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
That Touch of Mink < The Forest
That Touch of Mink > Cruel Intentions
Final spot: #1646 out of 2497.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Move Over, Darling (1963)

IMDb plot summary: After five years lost at sea, a missing wife thought long dead returns just after her husband remarries.
Directed by Michael Gordon. Starring Doris Day, James Garner, Polly Bergen, and Thelma Ritter.

It took me far too long into this movie to realize it was a remake of My Favorite Wife, a movie I grew up with. (Amusingly, they even reference the movie halfway through, citing it as an example that wives thought dead could come back to life.) The problem is, though, Doris Day and James Garner are no Irene Dunne and Cary Grant. Day comes across as naggy and snippy while Dunne had a charm to her persistence, and while Grant is a master of screwball comedy chaos, Garner just seemed perpetually grumpy. The script works for the most part, but its best bits were cribbed from the previous movie's script. There's no real reason to see this one over the remake unless you're just a huge fan of Doris Day. I am not, so I was largely unimpressed.

1.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Move Over, Darling < Rebecca
Move Over, Darling > Bad Moms
Move Over, Darling < Love's Labour's Lost
Move Over, Darling < The Sword in the Stone
Move Over, Darling > The Children's Hour
Move Over, Darling < The Devil Wears Prada
Move Over, Darling > Holiday Affair
Move Over, Darling < Multiplicity
Move Over, Darling > K-19: The Widowmaker
Move Over, Darling < Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Final spot: #1769 out of 2496.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Moonwalker (1988)

IMDb plot summary: Anthology movie by, and starring, Michael Jackson in his prime, combining a number of music videos from his bestselling "Bad" album with a fantasy tale of Michael's confrontation with a ruthless drug dealer known as Mr. Big (Joe Pesci).
Directed by Jerry Kramer. Starring Michael Jackson, Joe Pesci, Kellie Parker, and Brandon Quintin Adams.

When my mysterious benefactor assigned me this movie for my movie challenge, the note was something like, "If you're not a Michael Jackson fan, Moonwalker might be a tough watch." Well, they lucked out, because I am a *huge* Michael Jackson fan and enjoyed this for the most part. It's a weird little anthology of concert performances, reimagined music videos, and short films centered around Michael Jackson songs. MJ was an incredibly dynamic performer, and by far my favorite sections were anything where I got to hear him sing and watch him dance (thus the chosen screenshot). Those just brought me such joy. The "Smooth Criminal" segment takes up about half the film and while I loved how wonderfully over-the-top ridiculous it was (Michael turns into a car? Sure! And now he's a robot spaceship? Why not! And Joe Pesci is somehow using spiders to peddle drugs to children? Yup!), it was much longer than it needed to be. Who wants to watch a Michael Jackson music film for 10 minutes of spaceship fights? I wish that one had been about a third as long and made way for a couple other imaginative musical segments. I spent about 30 minutes after the credits rolled watching MJ music videos on YouTube because I just hadn't gotten quite enough of the music itself. Overall, though, a fun (if weird) flick.

3.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Moonwalker > Days of Heaven
Moonwalker < Children of Men
Moonwalker > A Matter of Life and Death
Moonwalker < The Call (I debated over this one way longer than I expected)
Moonwalker > Duck Soup
Moonwalker < The Big Short
Moonwalker > The Return of the Living Dead
Moonwalker > The Killing (Why is this so high up on my chart? That can't be right.)
Moonwalker < Chronicle
Moonwalker > Starship Troopers

Final spot: #825 out of 2495, or 67%. Maybe deserves to be higher.

Captain Fantastic (2016)

IMDb plot summary: In the forests of the Pacific Northwest, a father devoted to raising his six kids with a rigorous physical and intellectual education is forced to leave his paradise and enter the world, challenging his idea of what it means to be a parent.
Directed by Matt Ross. Starring Viggo Mortensen, George MacKay, Nicholas Hamilton, and Frank Langella.

(Mild spoilers.)

Every so often I watch a movie that is good quality, solid script, excellent acting, creative idea, but I just don't care much about it. This is one of those movies. I can pull out individual scenes that touched me - the poor oldest boy's first encounter with the opposite sex, the second boy's furious reaction to his mother's death, the uncomfortable scene where the emotional request to celebrate Christmas is smushed down with cold logic - but it's hard to parse it as a whole. While I assume it wasn't deliberate, it was a bit frustrating to me that in a movie whose plot focused all around an unseen woman, only the male characters got any character development. I was incredibly curious as to why the older two girls seemed to not mind their total isolation at all, while the older two boys were clearly pushing the boundaries a little bit. The movie's ending is also unsatifying, wrapping up a very complicated question with an oversimplifed answer. It's a good watch, especially for some compelling acting on behalf of the boys in the family, but it didn't blow me away.

3 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Captain Fantastic > Days of Heaven
Captain Fantastic < Children of Men
Captain Fantastic < Children of Paradise
Captain Fantastic < Hancock
Captain Fantastic > Trainwreck
Captain Fantastic < Twin Sisters
Captain Fantastic > They Made Me a Fugitive
Captain Fantastic > 2012
Captain Fantastic > Ballet Shoes
Captain Fantastic > Runaway Jury
Captain Fantastic > The Women
Final spot: #1131 out of 2494.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Do Not Disturb (1965)

IMDb plot summary: American couple Mike and Janet Harper move to England for Mike's work, where Janet believes Mike may be having an affair with his assistant. The Harper's busybody landlady thinks Janet can play Mike's game by entering into an affair of her own, whether it be real or made-up.
Directed by Ralph Levy. Starring Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Hermione Baddeley, and Sergio Fantoni.

(Mild spoilers.)

The overall premise of this movie is definitely a workable one for a silly comedy, but the execution of it just falls apart. The story doesn't have any kind of narrative arc. It just has the same thing happen to the characters over and over again without either of them changing or growing or acting in a way that'll make anything different the next time. One thinks the other is cheating and overreacts. Then the other one thinks their spouse is cheating and overreacts. Repeat infinitely. That gets old very fast, and it makes the happy ending a moot point since clearly they're just going to fall into the same trap again, since attractive people are going to continue to exist around them. If it were funny or original or clever along the way, that might be excusable, but it's not, making this an irritating rom com that doesn't work for me at all. There's nothing I can find to like about it.

0.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Do Not Disturb < Days of Heaven
Do Not Disturb < Bad Moms
Do Not Disturb < Faces
Do Not Disturb < 42nd Street
Do Not Disturb > The Ultimate Gift
Do Not Disturb > XXX
Do Not Disturb < Clash of the Titans
Do Not Disturb > Around the World in 80 Days (2004)
Do Not Disturb < Medium Cool
Do Not Disturb > One Hour to Die: You Have All Been Poisoned
Do Not Disturb < The Rules of Attraction

Final spot: #2364 out of 2493.

Yellowbeard (1983)

IMDb plot summary: Yellowbeard, a pirate's pirate, is allowed to escape from prison to lead the authorities to his treasure. He finds that his wife neglected to tell him that he now has a son, 20, and shame of shame, an intellectual. The British Navy, Yellowbeard, his son, and members of Yellowbeard's old crew all go after the treasure.
Directed by Mel Damski. Starring Graham Chapman, Peter Boyle, Peter Cook, and Marty Feldman.

As soon as I started watching this movie, my husband saw the cast list and said he wanted to watch it with me. It is an incredible cast -- half the members of Monty Python, many of Mel Brooks' go-to favorites, and a smattering of well-known character actors. (The Australian tagline was apparently, "Everyone who's ever been funny!") With such a great collection of funny performers, you'd think this would be a home run. Well... not quite. It is definitely entertaining enough, especially as it gets going and picks up steam, but there are also a lot of awkward moments where jokes don't land (and, oh my gosh, so many rape jokes -- that definitely made me a little squirmy). Fortunately, at only 96 minutes, it has enough fun moments to make it worth watching, despite its flaws.

3 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Yellowbeard > Days of Heaven
Yellowbeard < American Outlaws
Yellowbeard > Children of Paradise
Yellowbeard < The Green Mile
Yellowbeard < One, Two, Three
Yellowbeard < The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
Yellowbeard < Splice
Yellowbeard > Tangled
Yellowbeard < Elf
Yellowbeard < Connie and Carla
Yellowbeard < Being John Malkovich
Yellowbeard > Peter Pan Live!

Final spot: #923 out of 2492.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Gozu (2003)

IMDb plot summary: A yakuza enforcer is ordered to secretly drive his beloved colleague to be assassinated. But when the colleague unceremoniously disappears en route, the trip that follows is a twisted, surreal and horrifying experience.
Directed by Takashi Miike. Starring Yûta Sone, Shô Aikawa, Kimika Yoshino, and Shôhei Hino.

(Mild spoilers.)

This was the weirdest way to kick off my new movie challenge. This movie is BONKERS, but I probably should have expected that from what I know of Takashi Miike as a director (this is my first time watching one of his films). It starts off relatively normal, a paranoid thriller about someone who (maybe on purpose? Maybe by accident? I thought on purpose, but reviewer synopses don't seem to be clear on it) kills someone and then feels paranoid when the body disappears. But then it just gets weirder and weirder, in almost a nightmarish David Lynch kind of way. There's really not as much *gore* as I expected going into it, but so many of the images are unsettling and disturbing. The final scene is the most explicit visually and the most terrifying, and probably my personal favorite, as it was one of the few scenes that I felt had an emotional point to it. A lot of the movie seemed to be weird or gross with no purpose, but that final scene made sense and fit together... at least until the very final seconds, where the abrupt shift in tone seemed to undo all of it.

1.5 stars but I'm not sure how to really assign a star rating to this.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Gozu < Days of Heaven (1978)
Gozu > Rebel Without a Cause (1955)
Gozu < Liz & Dick (2012)
Gozu < The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Gozu < The Children's Hour (1961)
Gozu > Empire of the Sun (1987)
Gozu < The Fugitive (1993)
Gozu > Nick Nolte: No Exit (2008)
Gozu < A Farewell to Fools (2013)
Gozu < Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not (1944)
Gozu < The Hiding Place (1975)
Gozu > Madagascar (2005)
Final spot: #1819 out of 2491.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Bad Moms (2016)

IMDb plot summary: When three overworked and under-appreciated moms are pushed beyond their limits, they ditch their conventional responsibilities for a jolt of long overdue freedom, fun, and comedic self-indulgence.
Directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore.

There are lots of funny women out there, and I'm glad the female-led comedy is a growing genre. But this movie is not the jewel of the bunch. There are a few laughs, some enjoyable characters, and a satisfying conclusion, but it's the kind of movie you forget a week later that you saw at all. The most memorable part of the entire film is during the credits, when the leading ladies are interviewed with their own mothers, talking about their own "bad mom" moments. It gently brings the "every parent screws up sometimes" message home. It's not an unpleasant movie, but there's nothing to love here. Or remember.

2 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Bad Moms < Rebecca
Bad Moms < Mickey Blue Eyes
Bad Moms > Faces
Bad Moms > Courageous
Bad Moms > The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Bad Moms > The Fifth Element
Bad Moms > Treasure Planet
Bad Moms > Dinner for Schmucks
Bad Moms > The Interpreter
Bad Moms > Mr. Holland's Opus
Bad Moms > Rebel Without a Cause

Final spot: #1867 out of 2488.

Finding Vivian Maier (2013)

IMDb plot sumamry: A documentary on the late Vivian Maier, a nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs earned her a posthumous reputation as one of the most accomplished street photographers.
Directed by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel.

The premise of this documentary is intriguing, and each piece of the puzzle as it unravels brings with it a few answers but mostly more mystery. One of the people who knew Maier toward the end of her life said that it's probably best her work was discovered after her death because she would have found the attention overwhelming, and he's probably right, because Maier's work is interesting, especially in contrast to her personality (one woman kindly describes her as "someone who didn't fit in very well"). The movie, however, feels cut short, and while it's understandable that Maier's death and anonymity as an artist during her life makes it difficult to come to a satisfying conclusion, it felt a little bit like a Coen Brothers movie that ends in the middle of the narrative and leaves you thinking, "What? That's it?"

3.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Finding Vivian Maier > Days of Heaven
Finding Vivian Maier < The Artist
Finding Vivian Maier > Children of Paradise
Finding Vivian Maier < Hamlet (2009)
Finding Vivian Maier > One, Two, Three
Finding Vivian Maier > Lucky Number Slevin
Finding Vivian Maier < The Mummy (1932)
Finding Vivian Maier > The Master
Finding Vivian Maier > The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle
Finding Vivian Maier > It's Kind of a Funny Story

Final spot: #799 out of 2487.

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

IMDb plot summary: Follows the routines of those employed at Studio Ghibli, including filmmakers Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, and Toshio Suzuki as they work to release two films simultaneously, The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya.
Directed by Mami Sunada.

This is a really great little documentary peeking into the world of Studio Ghibli and the making of Miyazaki's final film The Wind Rises. The history of Studio Ghibli and the few who have been with it from the beginning is interesting, but most fascinating is Hayao Miyazaki himself, who has no problem voicing his opinions about the mistakes he thinks he's made and the messages he wants to send. The movie would not have overstayed its welcome if it had spend another hour following Miyazaki around at work and talking with him about his art. There's an especially beautiful montage toward the end of the film combining an off-hand imaginative musing from Miyazaki and clips from his various films showing just how deep that imaginative thread runs in him. A beautiful documentary.

4 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness > Days of Heaven
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness > American Outlaws
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness < Garden State
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness < In a Lonely Place
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness < Widow's Peak
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness < The Departed
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness > The Reader
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness < Kolya
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness < The Impossible
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness > The Abyss
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness > Gone in 60 Seconds

Final spot: #597 out of 2486.

Ghost Ship (2002)

IMDb plot summary: A salvage crew that discovers a long-lost 1962 passenger ship floating lifeless in a remote region of the Bering Sea soon notices, as they prepare to tow it back to land, that strange things happen.
Directed by Steve Beck. Starring Gabriel Byrne, Julianna Margulies, Ron Eldard, and Desmond Harrington.

There is something pleasantly terrible about this movie. It has a very cheesy quality to it, but an innocent cheesy, like a 1990s Disney Channel original movie that happens to have large amounts of gore. Usually I don't enjoy dumb horror movies, but the atmosphere for this kind of worked, and I was genuinely surprised by the twist at the end. Make no mistake, it's an awful movie, but it's the kind of awful movie I had a decent amount of fun watching -- certainly much more than I expected I would.

3 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
Ghost Ship > Good Morning, Vietnam
Ghost Ship < American Outlaws
Ghost Ship < Children of Paradise
Ghost Ship > Hancock
Ghost Ship < The Last Unicorn
Ghost Ship < Manhattan Murder Mystery
Ghost Ship < Titanic (That's a fun match-up...)
Ghost Ship > Lost in America
Ghost Ship > Happy Christmas
Ghost Ship > Hitchcock
Ghost Ship < The Other Boleyn Girl

Final spot: #1070 out of 2485.

Monday, August 8, 2016

8½ (1963)

IMDb plot summary: A harried movie director retreats into his memories and fantasies.
Directed by Federico Fellini. Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Claudia Cardinale, Anouk Aimée, and Sandra Milo.

I have tried to watch this movie I don't even know how many times, but something always gets in my way. I finally made it through the entire thing... and it was absolutely not worth it. Guido is a despicable character, and I have zero interest in spending two and a half hours in his narcissistic fantasies about the women around him. I have both liked and disliked Fellini before, but when I liked him it was because he took a simple story about interesting people and let it play out. This uses artsy dream sequences and unnecessarily philosophical conversations and is basically everything you would make fun of if you were going to parody a foreign classic film. I do not understand the love for this movie, as I found it far, far inferior to La Strada or Nights of Calibria or even La Dolce Vita, which I didn't like much but which at least seemed to mean something.

1 star.

How it entered my Flickchart:
8 1/2 < Days of Heaven
8 1/2 < Mickey Blue Eyes
8 1/2 > Aquamarine
8 1/2 < Courageous
8 1/2 > Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
8 1/2 < Breach
8 1/2 < Soylent Green
8 1/2 > To Kill a King
8 1/2 < A Decade Under the Influence
8 1/2 > Ali
8 1/2 < Mamma Mia!

Final spot: #2083 out of 2484.

I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal (2007)

IMDb plot summary: A documentary on the Austrian-Jewish architectural engineer who became a Nazi hunter after surviving the Holocaust.
Directed by Richard Trank.

This is a very straightforward but touching documentary about a fascinating man. Most of the film was spent on detailing his adventures and the war criminals he pursued, which was more than enough to make it an interesting movie, but when it delved into his personal reasons and his feelings about revenge vs. justice, that added an extra layer of interest. One of the most fascinating people interviewed was Ben Kingsley, who played Wiesenthal in a movie, and hearing an actor's take on this man's actions and how it's reflected in the way he moves and speaks was especially fascinating. Definitely a worthwhile watch. Packed with information and not loaded down with fluff or sentimentality.

3.5 stars.

How it entered my Flickchart:
I Have Never Forgotten You > Good Morning, Vietnam
I Have Never Forgotten You < The Artist
I Have Never Forgotten You > Children of Paradise
I Have Never Forgotten You > Hamlet (2009)
I Have Never Forgotten You > Princess Mononoke
I Have Never Forgotten You < Crimes and Misdemeanors
I Have Never Forgotten You < Forgiving Dr. Mengele
I Have Never Forgotten You < A Goofy Movie
I Have Never Forgotten You > Mary and Max
I Have Never Forgotten You > The Kite Runner
I Have Never Forgotten You > Before Sunset

Final spot: #689 out of 2483.